Or maybe you do. Brennan is nothing if not careful with his words. He admits that there is no evidence that torture worked. Even more telling is his statement that "information subsequently provided by the detainee" since one of the key points of the Torture report summary was that information containing actionable intelligence was actually often provided before an individual was tortured. Anyway, the topic of this thread is the contention in the Torture report summary that there is no evidence that information gained from torture provided actionable intelligence. You will recall that it was a CIA talking point and a talking point of torture fanboys, that torture did prevent various plots. Nobody has provided any evidence supporting that now discredited talking point.